3 bedroom detached house for saleMax Mill Lane, Winscombe
Unique 'Cottage Style' Property
Sought After Rural Location
Well Presented Throughout
2 Receptions, 3 Bedrooms
Fitted Kitchen/Dining Room
Cloakroom, Bathroom & En Suite
Attic Room/Occasional Bedroom
Oil Fired Heating & Double Glazing
Det Garden Room for Conversion
Gated Driveway & Double Garage
Pleasant Gardens, Outstanding Views
A delightful stone built detached 'cottage style' property with character, situated in an enviable rural setting with outstanding views across the surrounding countryside. The property is relatively new having been thoughtfully designed by the present owner from an existing dwelling on the site in 1998, now offering versatile accommodation that will clearly appeal to a wide range of buyers. There is the potential for further development of the main building if required subject to any necessary planning permission and consent. In addition, there is a detached stone built garden room which has been granted planning permission for conversion to a Self-Contained One Bedroom Annexe/Holiday Let providing an income source if required. Other benefits include: Oil fired central heating, double glazed windows set within wooden frames, a log burning stove in the sitting room and a bespoke fitted and integrated kitchen with granite work surfaces. In brief, the well presented accommodation comprises on the ground floor: Reception Hall, Cloakroom, Dual Aspect Sitting Room, Family Room, Kitchen/Dining Room, Inner Hallway with separate staircase leading to an Attic Room/Occasional Bedroom above the garage. On the First Floor: Landing, Master Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room, 2 Further Bedrooms and Family Bathroom. Outside, the property is approached by a gated stone chipped driveway providing parking for several vehicles which in turn leads to the Double Garage. The mature gardens surround the property on all four sides and offer a good degree of privacy and sunshine. This is without doubt a unique opportunity as properties rarely become available in this location and so early viewing is advised.
Situated in a delightful rural location 'down a country lane' on the outskirts of this sought after Mendip Village, with outstanding views across the surrounding countryside. Winscombe Village centre offers a full range of facilities and amenities, these include: Various Retail Outlets and Professional Practices, High Street Bank, Library, Public House/Restaurant, Hairdressers, Beauty Salons, Optician, Churches, Pharmacy and Doctor, Dentist and Veterinary Surgery's. There is a village market on Thursdays located at the Community Centre and for those with hobbies and interests, there are many clubs and organisations running in the village including: Art Classes, Ramblers Club, Badminton, Football, Rugby, Cricket, Tennis and Bowling Clubs to name just a few. The village also has a Primary School, and Sports Club. Winscombe is surrounded by beautiful countryside, designated an area of outstanding natural beauty providing excellent riding and walking opportunities. There are several lakes located within the area which cater for the sailing and fishing enthusiasts and there is a Dry Ski Slope facility and Equestrian Centre in nearby Churchill. The popular Churchill Academy with Sixth Form Centre is within 3 miles which also benefits from a Sports Centre and Swimming Pool and there are a number of private schools available in the area including Sidcot School which is just a short walk away. Winscombe is ideally situated for those travelling further afield and is well served by a local bus service with mainline railway connections at Weston-super-Mare, Yatton and Backwell providing access to Bristol Temple Meads, London Paddington and other major towns and cities. Access to the M5 Motorway network is available at junction 20 Clevedon, 21 St Georges and 22 Edithmead and Bristol International Airport is within a 20 minute drive.
From Bristol heading South West on the A38 enter the village of Churchill. At the traffic lights proceed straight ahead. Follow the road for approximately 1 mile passing through the Hamlet of Star. After a further ½ mile proceed past Sidcot School on the left hand side and drop down the hill to a set of traffic lights. Turn right onto Sidcot Lane signposted to Winscombe and Weston-super-Mare. Proceed into the village of Winscombe onto Woodborough Road and with the Car Sales Garage on the right and the Co-op mini market on the left continue through the sharp left hand bend. Follow the road under the 'old railway bridge' passing the Church Hall on the right. Take the first available turning on the left onto Church Road and proceed for approximately 0.25 mile. Turn first right onto Barton Road and after a further 0.25 mile turn right onto Max Mill Lane. The property can be found just a short distance along on the left hand side.
Staircase rising to the first floor with understairs cupboard, exposed wood flooring and radiator.
White suite with chrome fittings comprising: Low level W.C, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, radiator, exposed wood flooring and obscure glass double glazed window to the rear elevation.
6.65m (21ft 10in) x 4.27m (14ft 0in) max
Feature hole in the wall brick fireplace with slate hearth and wood burning stove. Dual aspect with double glazed window to the front elevation and double glazed 'French' doors with side panels to the rear. Exposed wood flooring, two radiators, television point and wall lights.
8.53m (28ft 0in) x 3.15m (10ft 4in) Reducing to 9'6" (2.74)
Fitted with a range of soft close ivory fronted wall, base and drawer units with granite work surfaces and splashbacks and under-unit lighting. Inset white ceramic butlers sink with multi function mixer tap. Space for range cooker with brushed steel extractor canopy over, built-in 'Neff' microwave oven and 'Neff' coffee machine, integrated 'Smeg' dishwasher, space for an 'American' style fridge/freezer, pull out larder cupboard and wine rack. Flagstone flooring and recessed spot lighting, double glazed window to the front elevation with pleasant countryside views and stable door to the front.
Dining area with tiled flooring, recessed spot lighting, radiator and double glazed windows to the front and side elevations with pleasant countryside views.
3.58m (11ft 9in) x 3.51m (11ft 6in)
Double glazed window to the side elevation with pleasant countryside views to Banwell Castle.
Personal door leading into the garage and staircase rising to the Attic Room/Occasional Bedroom which is above the garage.
Attic Room/Occasssional Bed:
6.05m (19ft 10in) x 2.24m (7ft 4in) (with restricted head height)
Radiator, undereaves storage, recessed spot lighting and double glazed window to the rear with pleasant views.
Main First Floor Landing:
Recessed spot lighting, radiator and undereaves storage.
3.61m (11ft 10in) x 3.53m (11ft 7in) (with restricted head height)
Double glazed window with stunning views across the surrounding countryside to 'Banwell Castle on the Hill'. Radiator, undereaves storage and door to:
En-suite Shower Room:
White suite with chrome fittings comprising: Large enclosed shower unit with glass door, drench head shower, tiled walls, recessed spot lighting and extractor fan. Wall mounted circular glass sink unit on a glass plinth, low level W.C, bidet, chrome towel rail, tiled flooring and recessed spot lighting.
3.81m (12ft 6in) max x 3.66m (12ft 0in) (with restricted head height)
Double glazed window to the rear elevation with pleasant views, radiator and undereaves storage.
2.24m (7ft 4in) x 2.01m (6ft 7in)
'Velux' window, radiator and undereaves storage.
White suite with chrome fittings comprising: Freestanding oval bath with mixer shower tap, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and electric shaver socket over, low level W.C, chrome towel rail, recessed spot lighting and 'Velux' window.
The property is approached by a gated stone chipped driveway providing parking for several vehicles which in turn leads to the Double Garage. The enclosed gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with fence and hedge boundaries, low stone walls, mature trees, flower and shrub borders and timber veranda to the front providing a pleasant seating area.
Note: On the rear boundary, there are two pairs of five bar gates providing rear vehicular access from a private laneway. (Owned by the next door property) and for which, we have been advised, there is full access over to the property.
Services: Mains Services include: Electricity and Water. Private Drainage. Oil Central Heating
7.14m (23ft 5in) max including Utility Area x 5.49m (18ft 0in)
With two sets of double wooden doors, lighting, power sockets, plumbing for washing machine and pedestrian door leading to he garden. Grant oil fired boiler supplying central heating and hotwater.
Detached Garden Room:
6.25m (20ft 6in) x 3.1m (10ft 2in)
Stone built under a pitched and tiled roof with paved patio area. A wood panelled door leads to the inside with laminate flooring, access to loft space, dual aspect windows, lighting and power points. Planning permission has been granted to extend the building and convert it into self-contained, one bedroomed holiday accommodation with Kitchen and Shower Room. Planning Application No: 16/P/1114/F Full plans are available to view in our offices in Winscombe.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
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